Never treat your date as if you’ve been long lost friends. Save all the intimate details of your life for later, unless you want to be labeled ‘neurotic’.
3. Forgetting table manners
A dinner date inevitably means conversations over food. It doesn’t mean you have to talk with your mouth full.
Keep a check on your manners throughout the date . Say ‘thank you’ and ‘please’ whenever appropriate. Also, it will be good if you ask your date well in advance about where you’re meeting.
4. Being argumentative
Over dinner, your date could bring up a topic that you feel particularly passionate about. The prudent thing to do would be to state your point of view and to refrain from arguing.
Yes, evaluate compatibility, yet remind yourself that it’s a date, not a debate. You’re not going to lose much by suppressing the urge to prove a point.
Arguments escalate quickly and your date night could go from being memorable to forgettable in a matter of minutes.
5. Talking incessantly